Cape Town – The SA Revenue Service (Sars) announced this week that it will only recognise five professional tax bodies in terms of an amendment to the 2011 Tax Administration Act (TAA).
This means that nearly 17 000 tax practitioners now have less than two months to meet the registration requirements, such as complying with
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We enlisted Kim’s service on recommendation from 2 other local businesses approximately 9 months ago. During this time we have experienced an incredibly high standard of service, both in terms of speed and quality. Kim has
In this new age of technology there is an increased interest by small/medium business owners in outsourcing certain business functions.
Bookkeeping and Payroll are two of these functions - let's examine the benefits of outsourcing the bookkeeping and payroll functions:
1. ACHIEVING A HIGH LEVEL OF ACCURACY. Outsourcing accounting and payroll services can be quite beneficial when
No one could argue that our world isn’t changing fast—and I don’t mean just technology-wise. Consumers aren’t spending like they once did, manufacturing and shipping costs are fluctuating wildly, and the age of the environment is slowly (finally) being ushered in. On top of that, the Internet has finally really changed the way people
Building a relationship with your bookkeeper
Once a business reaches the growth stage, and sometimes even in the startup stage, many small business owners reach a point when they need to bring in help to manage the day-to-day operations of their businesses. One of the biggest areas to outsource is your monthly bookkeeping processes.
Cape Town - South Africa's new Companies Act, which is due to come into effect from the third quarter of the calendar year, includes making directors liable for losses and measures to give distressed companies more time to recover.
The act is being ushered into practice by Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies, with the